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Medtner - Songs

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Label: Delphian

Cat No: DCD34177

Format: CD

Number of Discs: 2

Genre: Vocal/Choral

Release Date: 16th February 2018

Contents

Works

Medtner, Nikolai

Gedichte von Goethe (6), op.18
» no.4 Mignon
» no.5 Das Veilchen
» no.6 Jagers Abendlied
Goethe Songs (9), op.6
» no.1 Wandrers Nachtlied
» no.2 Mailied
» no.3 Elfengesang
» no.4 Im Vorubergehn
» no.5 Liebliches Kind
» no.6 Inneres wuhlen
Poems (2), op.13
Poems (4), op.45
» no.1 Elegy
» no.2 Cart of life
» no.4 Our time
Poems (5), op.37
» no.1 Sleeplessness
» no.2 Tears
» no.4 The waltz
Poems (6), op.32
» no.1 Echo
» no.4 I loved you
» no.5 Can I ever forget that sweet moment? (Waltz)
Poems (7), op.28
» no.1 Unexpected Rain
» no.2 Whenever I hear birdsong
» no.3 The Butterfly
» no.6 I sit, thoughtful and alone
Poems (7), op.46
» no.2 Geweihter Platz
» no.4 Im Walde
» no.5 Winternacht
Poems (8), op.24
» no.1 Day and night
» no.2 Willow over the waters
» no.4 Twilight
» no.5 O'er thee I bend
» no.7 Whisper, timid breathing
Pushkin Poems (6), op.36
» no.1 The angel
» no.2 The flower
» no.3 As soon as roses wilt
» no.4 Spanish romance
» no.6 Arion
Pushkin Poems (7), op.29
» no.2 The singer
» no.3 Lines written during a sleepless night
» no.6 The rose
» no.7 Incantation
Romances (3), op.3
» no.1 At the gate of the holy abode
» no.2 Gone are my heart's desires
Songs (7) on poems by A Pushkin, op.52
» no.2 The ravens
» no.6 Serenade
Songs (8), op.61
» no.1 Reiselied
» no.3 What is my name to you?
» no.4 If life deceives you
» no.6 Noon
Songs (12) after Goethe, op.15
» no.3 Selbstbetrug
» no.6 Vor Gericht
» no.7 Meeresstille
» no.8 Gluckliche Fahrt

Artists

Ekaterina Siurina (soprano)
Justina Gringyte (mezzo-soprano)
Oleksiy Palchykov (tenor)
Robin Tritschler (tenor)
Rodion Pogossov (baritone)
Nikolay Didenko (bass)
Iain Burnside (piano)

Works

Medtner, Nikolai

Gedichte von Goethe (6), op.18
» no.4 Mignon
» no.5 Das Veilchen
» no.6 Jagers Abendlied
Goethe Songs (9), op.6
» no.1 Wandrers Nachtlied
» no.2 Mailied
» no.3 Elfengesang
» no.4 Im Vorubergehn
» no.5 Liebliches Kind
» no.6 Inneres wuhlen
Poems (2), op.13
Poems (4), op.45
» no.1 Elegy
» no.2 Cart of life
» no.4 Our time
Poems (5), op.37
» no.1 Sleeplessness
» no.2 Tears
» no.4 The waltz
Poems (6), op.32
» no.1 Echo
» no.4 I loved you
» no.5 Can I ever forget that sweet moment? (Waltz)
Poems (7), op.28
» no.1 Unexpected Rain
» no.2 Whenever I hear birdsong
» no.3 The Butterfly
» no.6 I sit, thoughtful and alone
Poems (7), op.46
» no.2 Geweihter Platz
» no.4 Im Walde
» no.5 Winternacht
Poems (8), op.24
» no.1 Day and night
» no.2 Willow over the waters
» no.4 Twilight
» no.5 O'er thee I bend
» no.7 Whisper, timid breathing
Pushkin Poems (6), op.36
» no.1 The angel
» no.2 The flower
» no.3 As soon as roses wilt
» no.4 Spanish romance
» no.6 Arion
Pushkin Poems (7), op.29
» no.2 The singer
» no.3 Lines written during a sleepless night
» no.6 The rose
» no.7 Incantation
Romances (3), op.3
» no.1 At the gate of the holy abode
» no.2 Gone are my heart's desires
Songs (7) on poems by A Pushkin, op.52
» no.2 The ravens
» no.6 Serenade
Songs (8), op.61
» no.1 Reiselied
» no.3 What is my name to you?
» no.4 If life deceives you
» no.6 Noon
Songs (12) after Goethe, op.15
» no.3 Selbstbetrug
» no.6 Vor Gericht
» no.7 Meeresstille
» no.8 Gluckliche Fahrt

Artists

Ekaterina Siurina (soprano)
Justina Gringyte (mezzo-soprano)
Oleksiy Palchykov (tenor)
Robin Tritschler (tenor)
Rodion Pogossov (baritone)
Nikolay Didenko (bass)
Iain Burnside (piano)

About

Following the rapturous reception given to his complete Rachmaninov Songs on Delphian, pianist Iain Burnside set out to bring together six regular collaborators in a survey of songs by Nikolai Medtner. Born into a family that was both prosperous and well read, Medtner was deeply immersed in the heady intellectualism of the era. More than any other genre, his songs exemplify his dual German/Russian heritage, manifest in his devotion to both Goethe and Pushkin. Musically, too, there are paradoxes, with the self-proclaimed defiant conservative’s work shot through with moments of striking modernity. Pianistically, he was a giant – the writing makes Herculean demands of the player – yet he is often most eloquent when simplest. From an output of over 100 songs, Burnside has selected just over fifty, carefully matching them to his chosen singers to reveal a compositional voice that is itself unique.

Contents:
CD 1
1-2. from Three Romances, op.3
3-8. from Nine Songs after Goethe, op.6
9-10. Two Poems, op.13
11-15. from Twelve Songs after Goethe, op.15
16-18. from Six Poems after Goethe, op.18
29-23. from Eight Poems, op.24
24-27. from Seven Poems, op.28
28-31. from Seven Poems after Pushkin, op.29

CD 2
1-3. from Six Poems, op.32
4-8. from Six Poems after Pushkin, op.36
9-11. from Five Poems, op.37
12-14. from Four Poems, op.45
15-17. from Seven Poems, op.46
18-19. from Seven Songs on Poems by Pushkin, op.52
20-23. from Eight Songs, op.61

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